Niece Lumber offers a countertop selection that will satisfy all tastes and budgets. Granite, Silestone, Butcher Block and laminates are just a few of the offerings available through Niece Lumber. Stop into our showroom and view the latest trends available in countertops.
Silestone is a natural quartz surface treated and styled to enhance today’s kitchens and bathrooms; its unique bacteriostatic protection gives it superior hygienic properties. It comes in more than 50 hues, many beautiful textures – including glass and mirror enhancements, and innovative color depth options. Silestone is available in a matte, honed stone texture as well its original polished finish.
Granite is the most sought-after countertop material for deluxe kitchens and bathrooms. It is stain-resistant, non-porous, resistant to heat and absolutely beautiful. Granite is the hardest of all natural stone countertop materials. Come visit Graniteville at our facility to see full size granite slabs.
The original quartz surface manufacturer, Caesarstone produces fine quality, durable, low-maintenance countertops perfect for every style of kitchen and bath. Available in a wide variety of colors, patterns, finishes, thicknesses, and edge styles, Caesarstone surfaces now include the Motivo line, which incorporates sculpted designs created primarily for vertical applications.
Cambria quartz countertops are harder than natural stone and therefore are extremely durable. The company combines quartz and pigments to create a dazzling array of textural styles and colors, from rich variegated darks to sophisticated neutrals and lights to metallics and monochromes.
Formica Laminates come in fashion-forward solid colors and nature-inspired patterns; also available are Ideal Edge profiles, which achieve a finished edge on all countertops. Formica Solid Surfacing products offer many design options, such as edging and inlays, as well as exceptional durability and beauty.
Bucks County Soapstone
Soapstone is a natural stone that can be quarried all over the world. Currently Bucks County Soapstone is working with quarries in Brazil. It is naturally nonporous and therefore will not stain or harbor bacteria. You can take cookies right out of the oven or that pot that is boiling over and set it right down on the countertops. Soapstone is soft and can scratch. An application of mineral oil will correct most scratches. Soapstone countertops are ultimately durable and will be there for your family for generations.
JM Lifestyles WoodForm Concrete is the first and only system that replicates wood with a sustainable lightweight composite concrete. WoodForm has the look and feel of wood without the worry of wood, providing a beautiful, resilient, adaptable option. It is rapidly becoming a must-have, and is considered the "New Butcher Block".
Grothouse Solid Wood Surfaces
Grothouse Solid Wood Surface wood countertops and solid wood surfaces are crafted from a virtual forest of wood choices and an array of edge profiles, and design options. Their butcher block countertops are sealed with Grothouse Original Oil™ finish and perfect for an aesthetic and functional food preparation surface. Grothouse wood bar tops are used in commercial and residential bars throughout the United States. The exclusive Durata® Finish assures a protective waterproof surface. All items are custom made in the USA by their master craftsmen.
From Our Customers
“Remodeling is an expensive venture and as a customer you want to get it perfect. I've worked with Jill on two bathrooms, a large laundry/mudroom, and a full kitchen. She has guided me every step of the way. She is knowledgeable about products and contractor processes, is very detail oriented (super important when half an inch can make such a difference), creative and customer focused. She is a terrific designer, not only because she 'knows her stuff', but she listens to the client, provides valuable solutions, and responds to questions or dilemmas right away. Besides that, she is a delightful person and fun to work with. We may have to move to a new house so I can continue working with her!”
- Kit G. Pennington - Homeowner